Dutch Scholarship in the Age of Empire and Beyond: KITLV - The Royal Netherlands Institute of Southeast Asian and Caribbean Studies, 1851-2011
How was it possible for the Koninklijk Instituut voor Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde (KITLV) to grow from a learned society with fewer than a hundred members and only one partly salaried employee in 1851 into a modern professional institute with 1800 members and a staff of over fifty in 2001? This book provides the answer to this question.
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II The KITLV under Conservative and Liberal Administration 18511870
III Imperialism Orientalism and Ethics 18701914
IV The LateColonial Rise of Indology 19141940
V Decolonization and Internationalization 19401975
VI Postcolonial Academic Practice 19752001
Honorary Members Presidents and Secretary Directors KITLV
KITLV Membership Figures 18532000
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